Senator Grills FBI Director Wray on Epstein Case During Budget Hearing

FBI Director Christopher Wray appeared before a Senate committee to discuss the agency’s budget request. The FBI wants $11.3 billion for 2025, which is a lot of taxpayer money. But hold on a sec, let’s not forget about all the scandals the FBI has been involved in lately. It’s important to hold them accountable.

Senator John Kennedy didn’t shy away from asking the tough questions. He brought up the Jeffrey Epstein case and asked Wray what the FBI is doing to investigate other people involved in the sex trafficking scandal. It’s crucial that the FBI doesn’t just sweep this under the rug.

Kennedy mentioned that Epstein had video surveillance in his homes to record illegal activities with minors. He straight-up asked Wray if the FBI has those tapes. Wray didn’t give a clear answer, which is concerning. It seems like the FBI is avoiding the tough questions and not being transparent with the American people.

There are reports of lawsuits implicating prominent individuals in the Epstein scandal. Kennedy questioned if these people are above the law or if the FBI is actually investigating them. It’s a fair question to ask. No one, no matter how powerful, should be above the law.

It’s troubling to see the FBI prioritize certain investigations over others. They seem quick to go after political targets but drag their feet when it comes to powerful elites. It’s time for the FBI to focus on upholding justice for all, not just playing political games.

Written by Staff Reports

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